1965 Corvair Corsa: Let’s Go Racing

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Listed here on eBay on in Littleton, Colorado with a BIN of $8,500. This Corsa is powered by a worked over engine with all the go fast parts needed to take it racing. It’s already prepped inside and out, with all the necessary safety pieces and could be a great car to get into vintage racing with!

The car looks in order and ready to go racing right away.

The carbs are rotated, vented and were re-manufactured by Clarks. There are Clarks headers, Supertrapp mufflers and a Flaming River quick steering box. The front suspension was totally rebuilt and includes Koni race shocks, Clarks HD coil springs that were cut for ride height.   There are now disc brakes up front. Safety features include a full cage with NASCAR door bars and window net. There is a Fuel Safe 12 gallon cell and an ESS fire suppression system. All for just $8,500!  Is air-cooled racing in your future?

Cheers,
Robert

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Comments

  1. Bobsmyuncle

    Oh wow, sign me right up!

  2. Rick

    What a cool car and reasonably priced, too. Glad it’s 1300 mi away or I’d have to go buy it!

  3. Scot Carr

    ~ that is a LOTA vintage racing for $8500 !

  4. Kevin Harper

    Very cool car and a wonderful price. I have seen these run at VIR and Road atlanta and they look like a lot of fun.
    I know that you can still get anything for a chevy 350, but how hard is it to get performance parts for the old flat six.

  5. Vince Habel

    Kevin

    It is very easy to get them. Clark’s Corvair Parts has many in stock. They have cams over bored cylinders headers carbs .

  6. Another Bob

    This would be great to beat Porsches with at track days. Have a look on youtube to see how fast some Corvair race cars are.

  7. gunningbar

    A lot of fun at a great price!

  8. Joe Howell

    I like it :)

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